There are few corporate chiefs in Brazil more outspoken on the environment than Walter Schalka, the head of the world’s largest producer of wood pulp. And he has a dire prediction for the Brazilian Amazon: Deforestation will accelerate this year.
California regulators committed yesterday to strengthening a clean truck rule — a move that elicited praise from some environmentalists but left others unsatisfied.
Los Angeles has purchased 155 electric buses in the country’s largest ever zero-emissions bus order, Mayor Eric Garcetti said yesterday.
Governments and energy firms abroad continue to face allegations that they are contributing too much to — or not doing enough to address — global climate change.
U.S. scientists believe they have removed one of the last obstacles to commercializing a more efficient and cheaper solar panel made from an alternative material to silicon called perovskite.
(US Geological Survey) Risk tool identified 23 mineral commodities whose supply poses the greatest risk, including those used in consumer electronics, renewable energy, aerospace, and defense applications.
Wind energy is offering hope for American farmers amid tough times. In an article by Time Magazine, the plight of American farmers is brought into focus. “They’re trying to wipe us off the map,” says the subheading that quotes one of the farmers interviewed in the article
The government’s sudden passion for climate technology is newfound and insincere | Simon Holmes a Court
If you’re committed to the Paris agreement – to keep the increase in global average temperature to well below two degrees above pre-industrial levels, and pursue efforts to limit the increase to 1.5 degrees – then at a minimum, logically,…
Counterprotesters tore down a barricade Wednesday in front of Canadian National (CN) railway tracks near Edmonton, Alberta, after environmental activists erected it. The activists who blocked the tracks are opposed to the Coastal GasLink pipeline in British Columbia. But the…